# Answer to Question #25972 in Algebra for MO

Question #25972

How can the numbers 2 3 6 10 equal 56 using each number once and the operations

(+) (-) (x) once

(+) (-) (x) once

Expert's answer

Just consider the following example:

(10-3)*(2+6) = 7*8=56

(10-3)*(2+6) = 7*8=56

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